Signatures A3-E4; Advertisements for books "lately published" by G. G. J. and J. Robinson" on final 2pp.; Bound in white board with blue paper; Prologue written by George Colman (1762-1836), spoken by Mr. Palmer; Front end paper signed by M. E. Barry; M. E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College. Topics: English drama (Comedy)--18th century, Plays--England
Cover title.; Caption title: Holyoke,Massachusetts : the city of industry; Half title: Holyoke illustrated : the home of the paper industry; Descriptions of business enterprises and industry in Holyoke, illustrated with photographs of important buildings. Topics: Holyoke (Mass.)--Description and travel, Business enterprises--Massachusetts--Holyoke,... Source: folio
This thesis focuses on the racial and religious identity development of second-generation Kerala Christian Americans belonging to the Church of South India (CSI) congregations in North America. The primary purpose of this study is to develop ways to carry out ethnic youth ministry that would be sensitive to the ethnic identity formation of second-generation young people. In the exploration of such a ministry, this study makes the assertion that ethnic identity development of these young people... Topic: Church of South India--United States.
In My Father’s House: An African American Male Ministry” is a work designed to fully empower a segment of God’s creation for the work of ministry in and out of the institutional church. It is my belief that there is a significant and underutilized community of potential believers who if empowered will be strong and faithful witnesses to God’s power and glory. It is my belief that working with African American men through retreats, prayer groups, fellowship and service opportunities, we... Topic: African American men--Religious life.
"The Christian Karens are the majority of Christian population in Burmese Christianity. For many decades, Christian Karens have represented the image of Burmese Christianity. Theologies of Christian Karens are considered as the theologies of Burmese Christians. The nineteenth century Christian theologies rooted in the western missionaries do not work in today’s experience of the Burmese people, both Christians and non-Christians. Today the Burmese people are experiencing political,... Topics: Karen (Southeast Asian people)--Missions, Missions--Burma, Christianity and culture--Burma,...